Last Saturday, I attended an all-day Qigong workshop with Lee Holden. I really enjoyed myself, there were about 40+ people there and we were at different levels in our practice. I learned some new things and the workshop also confirmed what I am already doing. Once again reminding me truth is truth.
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After teaching class today to 20 wonderful souls at Mountain Yoga Sandy, I realized I haven’t written about spring and what it means to me.
This time of year, a lot of us begin to think of what we want to plant in our gardens, contemplating what veggies to grow and the flowers we wish to see bloom.
I have been repeating the words, “softness always overcomes hardness” in my classes lately. Reminding students that softness begins with us, having kindness and compassion for ourselves first, then it can naturally move outwardly onto others.
The word transitions seems to keep coming up for me … maybe because 2017 was a metamorphosis of a year.
A couple weeks ago, I was asked to record a 2-minute elevator speech on Tai Chi for the Wellness Center Staff Retreat at Huntsman. Of course, I said “yes,” I was honored, and when opportunities arise to educate and share Tai Chi and Qigong, I do my best to show up.
Every year, I choose a 365-day book to read on my cushion in the mornings with the my hot water and lemon.